Cheyenne 50 Years Ago

Roger Mills County 4-H members can be proud of their record book entries in state competition. Alexia LeGrand was 2nd alternate in the state dairy foods program. Ted Kimzey was 2nd alternate in the Santa Fe trip to Chicago. He was also winner of a $25 and $50 bond. Other 4-H members whose record books were entered in the state competition included Danell Mackey and Dawn Hartman of Berlin; DeAnn Garver, Roy LeGrand and Ramona Barker of Reydon; Gary Keahey and Curtis Castle of Cheyenne. Russell Salisbury of Hugo has been named Work Unit Leader for the Soil Conservation Service…

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LET’S GO FISHING!

Where: Skipout Lake, 11.5 miles west of Cheyenne on State Hwy 47 and 1/2 mile north on County Rd. N/S 1750Time: Registration and fishing between

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Awesome

AWESOME…July and Jorja Vernon both received a I on their piano solo at the Oklahoma Music Teachers Association (OMTA) State Piano Contest last week. Their

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Cleaning

CLEANING…Upper Washita Conservation District employees Tracey York, Katy Elliott, and Hope Porter spent the day traveling around the county picking up trash in various locations.

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Champion

CHAMPION…Jacquelynn Padgett and her steer HSC Bazooka Joe won the Grand Champion Prospect Steer at the 2024 OMHA Route 66 Classic Show in El Reno

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